Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Resume, as of October 20, 2009

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2006-Present Portfolio

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Monday, September 28, 2009

Commercial Photography: Sickatrix


Mirna Roque of Sickatrix in the studio in between recordings
(Untitled for now)
[Emily Turpin, 2009]


Mirna Roque of Sickatrix in the studio in between recordings
(Untitled for now)
[Emily Turpin, 2009]


Laci Kettavong of Sickatrix in the recording studio
(Untitled for now)
[Emily Turpin, 2009]


Laci Kettavong of Sickatrix in the recording studio
(Untitled for now)
[Emily Turpin, 2009]


Sickatrix at their manager Sarah Luckey's house before her [Sarah's] birtday party
(Untitled for now)
[Emily Turpin, 2009]


Sickatrix playing around during their mini-photo shoot with me at their manager Sarah Luckey's house before her [Sarah's] birtday party
(Untitled for now)
[Emily Turpin, 2009]
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Photography: Person, Place, Thing (Noun) assignment


"Cuddles"
'Person' of Person, Place, Thing (Noun) assignment
Model: Max Turner
[Emily Turpin, 2009]


"Cinema"
'Place' of Person, Place, Thing (Noun) assignment
[Emily Turpin, 2009]


"Camaro"
'Thing' of Person, Place, Thing (Noun) assignment
[Emily Turpin, 2009]
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Thursday, September 10, 2009

AP 3D Design Concentration: "Containment"

Apple Bottom
Clay
5x3x5 inches

Humble
Clay
3x5x3 inches

Webnest
Twine, twigs, clay
8x8x8 inches

Modern-Day Phosphate
Aluminum and copper wire, plastic
2x3x2 inches

Modern-Day Phosphate
Aluminum and copper wire, plastic
2x3x2 inches

Gabriella
Balsal wood, reeds, dowel rod, wood, cloth, hemp twine
4x15x12 inches

Dominic
Clay
7x5x7 inches

Dominic
Clay
7x5x7 inches

Wovenware
Twine, thread
3x7x3 inches

Dripping Blue Teacups
Clay
3x2x3 inches



NOTE: More photos up soon, the photo uploader will only let me upload two or three at a time.

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Artist Statement, Fall 2009

My preferred media are ceramics, photography, and digital art. When working in clay, I work on an electric potter’s wheel throwing mainly bowls, vases, and mugs. In photography I work mostly in portraits, architecture, and personally inspiring scenes. When working on the computer, I usually create portraits, self-portraits, and conceptual pieces akin to cartoon art. Messages vary with each series or piece and can fluctuate from disorder to recycling to religion. I believe the purpose of art is to produce something truly beautiful to you, not always adhering to the usual meaning or connotation of “beauty”, and to send a message if so desired. Art does not lack structure, but it is loose: it is independent, but may have guidelines.

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